Planning a trip to New Zealand from the USA? One of the first things you need to know is how to get here, and you probably think that "Down Under" is a long flight?

New Zealand is one of the most naturally beautiful travel destinations in the world. Here are some great travel tips, common questions and important things to know before you go.

We like to put the “how long should I visit New Zealand for?” question in the same category as “how long is a piece of string?”  The answer is, it depends.

So you’ve decided that New Zealand is the destination for your next holiday? We’re really glad you plan to visit our little paradise in the Pacific South West and we're sure you have a few questions.

Planning a trip to New Zealand and still unsure of how to see the country? Jump online and you know you've got choice for your trip, you can travel in a group or do your own thing.

Did you know that Lonely Planet has voted New Zealand as one of its top five countries to visit in 2018? The Land of the Long White Cloud is currently one of the hottest travel destinations in the world, why is New Zealand travel on everyone’s travel bucket list?

Recently retired and planning to celebrate with a trip to to New Zealand? Or maybe it's a dream trip to celebrate a 50th, 60th or even 70th birthday? Perhaps it's for a special anniversary, a trip with your children or New Zealand is on your bucket list?

Nowadays more and more people travel New Zealand during our winter months of June to September and find out for themselves all the winter fun on offer.

Planning a trip to New Zealand from the UK? We’re not going to beat around the bush here. The flight from the UK & Europe to New Zealand is one of the longest air trips in the world. In fact, you’ll need at least two flights to make it here. But don’t let that put you off.

If you're visiting New Zealand from the UK or Europe, one of the biggest things to deal with is the time difference. There's no easy way to get round it, times in New Zealand are pretty much the exact opposite to the UK and Europe.